Surveillance cameras captured two possible suspects entering the building at West 111th Street near Broadway on Monday night.
A leading group of pediatricians says parents need to know that unrestricted use of smartphones and social media could have serious consequences for their kids.
When your smartphone battery is on its last legs, a public cell phone charging station can be like spotting an oasis.
A recent national survey called rudeness a “national crisis,” with 70 percent of respondents blaming technology for the spike in disrespect.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) warned Sunday that poorly made cellphone batteries can lead to phones overheating and exploding.
These days, everyone has a cell phone — but what happens when it’s lost, or worse, stolen? Insurance is an option, but you must read the fine print.
Frustrated by drivers who ignore Connecticut’s ban on talking and texting on hand-held cellphones, some state legislators want insurance companies to know when their customers break the law.
A 14-year-old boy was arrested Tuesday for allegedly biting a teacher who did not give his phone back as quickly as he wanted.
A new undercover, sting operation has police looking for drivers who talk and text behind the wheel.
In addition to the physical devastation of superstorm Sandy, communications were disabled for many and the Federal Communications Commission is now holding hearings to try and prevent those failures in the future.
The proposed bill would double the fines for talking on cell phones without hands-free devices, texting and other cell phone use while driving.
Police were searching Wednesday for a suspect who stole cell smart phones and iPads from subway passengers in Brooklyn and Queens between mid-November and last week.
One company is coming to the rescue in Manhattan, offering free cell phone charging stations at bars north of 39th Street in the borough.
All underground stations are expected to be wired by 2016, but trains were not expected to have service between stations.
NY Issues More Than 20,000 Tickets For Texting At The Wheel In First Year Of Distracted Driving Crackdown
Authorities in New York report issuing more than 20,000 tickets to motorists in the first year under a tougher law against using handheld electronics while driving.